Almost 6 months ago, Gov. Sam Brownback said he would be leaving for a Trump administration post. The appointment has been tangled up in Washington, leaving Kansas befuddled.
At a public forum with Times readers, survivors reconnect to discuss if and how they can “find the humanity.”
Ms. Ramsey, a newcomer to politics, was running to unseat a Republican. She denies that she harassed a male subordinate, as alleged in a 2005 lawsuit.
In state legislatures, women lobbyists whose jobs depend on access and influence are especially vulnerable to sexual harassment.
The state’s experiment with tax cuts on so-called pass-through entities did not heat up its economy — but did help some very rich people.
By JOHN ELIGON and JULIE BOSMAN July 27, 2017 TOPEKA, Kan. — For more than six years, Gov. Sam Brownback has steered Kansas on a hard right turn on one issue after another: taxes, guns, abortion rights, Medicaid and welfare benefits. He will...